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nitefisher

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this is not a small private lake but this is a common catch in this area. the measurements in the book does not always mean what the fish weighs.this one's for jim & jay.

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i tried to do this smaller but you couln't read it then sorry.

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Nice Fish....Well I talk to Jim a few days back and we may have a plan trip coming up here....Otherwise I'll just sneak in on one of my "Honey to do list days". I'll give you a jingle there nitefisher....send me your ph# again if you don't mind.

Later,

J.

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email mail me jay and i will give you my number.

m_ninow@yahoo.com

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nite fisher, In-fisherman has a good system to calculate the wieght of released fish.

Measure length X length X length =____ how divide by 1600. this gives you the weight. I have tried it on many bass and it is with-in 4 oz.

For walleyes, length X length X length, then divide by 2700.

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